An inner city food charity has started to do a takeaway service for the needy due to an alarming rise in demand.
Huge queues are lining up every day outside the People’s Kitchen, Newcastle, in scenes reminiscent of the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Food banks and charities across the UK have warned of rocketing demand.
But there has been a fall in donations as millions struggle with the cost of living crisis.
Desperate dads turn up in suits after work to ask for food parcels.
Our stark image of the hungry comes after Tory MP Lee Anderson said there was no ‘massive use for’ food banks in this country - and suggested people should learn to cook.
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